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As our immune response to them wanes, we once again become susceptible to them.
Also notable, they recommend requiring that a home seller, for instance, disclose whether the property was susceptible to coastal flooding during a real estate transaction.
One effect is that the pool of susceptible individuals has been depleted in many areas.
In these children, who showed no outward symptoms of compromised immunity, he has found defects in genes that make them susceptible to severe infection with a single pathogen.
At first the virus infects people who are more susceptible and spreads quickly.
We believe that these findings will be instrumental to helping understand why the brain is susceptible to disease at different times of life and how the brain changes as we age.
Stress hormones negatively impact the immune system and epidermal defenses, making the skin more susceptible to infection.
Nearly every acre I have seen is susceptible of cultivation, and of course either cultivated, built upon, or devoted to wood.
GLANCES AT EUROPEHORACE GREELEY
They are more susceptible to the horrors and discomforts of what they were never brought up to undergo.
It is of an exceedingly hard, densely compact nature; from its hardness difficult to work, but susceptible of a very high polish.
ASBESTOSROBERT H. JONES

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